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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 7, 1928)
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U. S. C. Wilis Coast Title
Ry Rallying To Win
(By United Frees)
LOS ANGELES, Mar. 0.—Univcr
sity nf Southern California, won its
first Pacific Coast basketball con
ference championship here tonight
by defeating the University of
Washington 27-20 in the second
game of (die play-off series.
Two sensational goals by Charlie !
Bone, substitute Trojan guard, in
the last few seconds of play, gave
Southern California the victory.
The Trojans won the first game
of I lie series from the Huskies Mon- |
day night 15.'!-50.
Subs Bring Victory
It was the work of Trojan sub- I
stitutes which accounted largely for
the victory tonight. Henry Cano
and Aaron Nibley, until the Wash
ington series only second string
1 layers, featured at the forwards.
<!;.no was high scorer for the Tro
jans with nine points.
Air tight guarding, which was
lacking in Hie opening game of the
series, featured the contest, with
the Trojans getting the best of the
breaks as regards personal fouls.
Southern California jumped into the
lead at the start of the game, and,
due largely to tho brilliant all-around
play of Cajjo, maintained a slight
margin throughout the first period.
Score at half time was 10-11 in
favor of tiie Trojans.
Washington repeated its perform
ance of Monday night, by flashing
an offensive at the opening of the
second period. Goals in rapid suc
cession by James, Pnb|uist and Bol
stad put tho Huskies in the lead
37-16 in tho first two minutes of
play in the last half.
Mortenson tied the score with a
free throw, but Captain Monty Sni
der, Washington forward, came back
to looji four goals through the bas
ket shortly after. Witli eight min
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ufes of play, Washington was lead
ing 26 to is.
Fouls Diminish Margin
Then an orgy of fouls was ealled
against the Huskies, gradually dim
inishing the margin. Lehners, Mor
tenson and Bone were the only play
ers to make good.their free throws,
bringing the score to 26-21. A lull
iti activity then ensued until Lloyd
Thomas, Trojan guard, caught the
Huskies napping and took the ball
away from them to drop in an easy
Frantic playing featured the clos
ing minutes, with Washington hold
ing a 26-22 lead until Bone broke
loose to cage two goals and eke out
a victory for the Trojans.
(Continued from pope one)
Hall, Lakeview; Philip Carrol, Sil
ver Lake; Ruby Hayes, Burns.
District No. 2—Vawtcr Parker,
Heppner, chairman; James Raley,
Pendleton; Harold Blackburne, Ar
lington; Ray Dudley, Athena; Ivan
Neal, Condon; Nan (Vary, Echo;
Harper Barnard, Fossil; Wilbur
Shannon, Helix; Marjorie Clark,
Heppner; Florence Woughter, Her
luiston; Klva Balsciger, lone; Har
old Johnson, Milton-Freewatcr; Ter
rence King, Mitchell; Harold Kestar,
Pilot Rock; Virginia Key, Weston;
Sylvanus Smith, .hr., Stanfield.
Hamaker Announces Group
District No. 4 — Ken Hamaker,
1 Klamath Falls, chairman; Kay Neil, !
J Ashland; Woodward Archer, Med- !
J ford; Calvin Bryan, Grants Pass; j
Thirza Anderson, Merrill; Clarence
District No. 5 — Keith Hall,
Marshfield, chairman; Eleanor Flan
agan, Marshfield; Howard Page,
Bandon, and Daphne Hughes, Rose
burg, assistants; Layton Nosier,
Corpiille; Fred Anderson, North
Bend; Katherine Langenburg, North
Bend; Elizabeth Pennock, Coos
River; Howard Page, Bandon; Wil
bur Carol, Port Orford; May Moore,
Drain; Mildyed Wilcox, Oakland;
Morrell Weber, Sutherlin; Earl
District No. 7—George Stadel
man, The Dalles, chairman; Agnes
('hipping, Hood River; Edra Anne
Seufert, The Dalles; Werdna Is
bell, Hood River; Murdina Medlar,
Wasco; Linna Belshe, Moro; Velma
Mattlies, Kent; Win#on * Lake,
Wamic; Arlen McCarty, Hood
River; Donald McGowan, The
Dalles; Bob Butler, Hood River;
Lane M. Hcisler, Dufur; Willard
Williams, Cascade Locks; Forrest
D. Evans, Mosier; Shed don ,Law
District No. 12—Walter Norblad,
Astoria, chairman; Margaret Long,
Hillsboro, assistant chairman; Nora
McCullough, Astoria; Stanford
Brooks, Astoria); Anton Petersj/n,
Knapps; John Ilalderman, Seaside;
Ina Trombley, Warrenton; Pat
Beals, St. Helens; Teddy Tarbell,
St. Helens; Jack Sammons, Ranier;
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(Continued from page one)
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On the initial snek Les Johnson,
letterman, and Carl Nelson, ’27, are
at present holding forth. Gord
Ridings, Oregon basketball lumi
nary, and Bill Eddy will have
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short from Kenneth Robie and Bill
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Don McCormick, one year veteran,
Dave Mason, ’27, and Mark Mac
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strongest contenders for the hot
corner. Mason is not in school this
term but is expected back for base
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